Marriyum expressed the hope and confidence that the Prime Minister would emerge unscathed from the Panama case as the Supreme Court would exonerate him from all the allegations and his detractors would be forced to wind up the fancy street (Meena Bazar) that they had established in the country for the last four years. In response, Raja said that he did not provide the media with any material.
"Normally businessmen establish companies in Dubai if they want to maintain a visa status in the company but in this case, (Nawaz Sharif) was an employee in a Jafza-based firm", Khalifa bin Huwaidan was quoted as saying.
The JIT did not accept the verified documents provided by the Hussain Nawaz in this regard, he added.
On Submission of documents, Justice Azmat Saeed asked the lawyer to bring verified documents as it could be claimed through private documents that machinery was transported to Saudi Arabia on Titanic. "It is not allegation but a matter of fact that Maryam is the beneficial owner of the flats", Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan observed. This raises questions since Saturday is normally an off day for offices in London. Advocate Salman Akram Raja, the counsel for the PM's children Maryam, Hussain and Hasan, prayed the court to dismiss the JIT report as well as the three constitutional petitions in the Panama Papers case.
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DiNardo's social media posts showed the 20 year old retaining an avid interest in hunting, fishing and Air Jordan sneakers. Weintraub emphasized that while authorities have focused on DiNardo, "this investigation is still wide open".
To that Justice Ejaz remarked that you have said a new thing by asking for further investigation, adding that the JIT has sent the report after investigation.
The JIT said that it had collected evidence directly from the Jebel Ali Free Zone Authority (Jafza), the concerned regulator, which confirmed that Nawaz Sharif not only served as the head of the company's board, but also drew a salary of 10,000 dirhams between Aug 7, 2006 and April 20, 2014 - almost a year after assuming office.
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz stalwart said there was no division in the ruling party and it was united under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.